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Grant for Archbishops’ registers to go online

by Paul Wilkinson

Posted: 15 Aug 2014 @ 12:11

WORK to put online the registers of 21 Archbishops of York, spanning more than four centuries from the 13th to the 17th centuries, has been boosted with a £175,000 grant from the United States.

The records, which are held at the Borthwick Institute for Archives at the University of York, detail activity across northern England from 1225 to 1646, and offer a unique insight into ecclesiastical, political, and cultural history over this period. They contain millions of references to ...

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